Unlike in Taiji, Japan, the Indian government actually made it illegal to captivate dolphins after the declaration was made. Dolphins are like humans in many ways. Like humans, dolphins prefer to socialize with their groups, also knon as “pods”. A Humans social group can be very diverse, and so can a dolphins. There is no exact number of dolphins that a pod can consost of.
In order to reduce ocean water pollution the United States government should encourage businesses to make fewer plastic products, prevent agriculture pollution, and harvest water that goes into the storm gutters. The government can encourage businesses to produce fewer plastic products like water bottles, plastic bags, six pack soda cans, and candy wrappers. Sea animals have been dying or getting sick because they have been consuming plastic products and waste, that doesn’t belong in the ocean. Sea turtles, seals, seabirds, fishes, whales, and dolphins might go extinct for consuming plastic products that humans make. These innocent creatures are dying for our mistakes and they have yet no idea what is to come.
It is psychological because they are in a small artificial pond, the killer whale is supposed to swim in one day many kilometers, but being in a pond it deprecates them and they are statistical, they don 't do anything. In both cases of the circus, they are showing that they don 't have any kind of relation with animal cruelty, in their slogans they affirm that, but that is just unspeak. The UniverSoul circus is saying that they oppose to any kind of “Cruelty or mistreatment” to animals, what they are not saying is that they
In his essay Marine Parks, he puts forth the argument that marine parks should be closed down because observing marine animals is much better in the wild instead of being held captive in the marine parks. He states that the research conducted on these marine animals is not reliable, also that visits from foreign tourists will not decline with the demise of these parks. Moreover, he adds that such parks are unnecessary and cruel to these marine mammals. Bill Daly has a strong viewpoint on the reasons he gives for his argument, however, I do not agree with him. Indeed some of his reasoning does make sense, but according to me his reasons seem very theoretical or rather hypothetical and not applicable in the real world.
After the atrocities during WWII, Japan gained trust from other nations because of article 9. It was called the “no war clause” because Article 9 prohibits Japan from taking part in military actions overseas and also prohibits Japan forever from maintaining an army, navy and air force. The article only allows Japanese forces to go abroad on international missions such as building roads and monitoring elections but limits them to noncombat roles and prohibits them from carrying live ammunition. Although Article 9 kept Japan free from any wars, it hasn’t always protected the Japanese people. In 1953, Japanese fishermen were shot by Koreans in Japanese territory.
Fourthly, he is opposed to the advocates’ claim that painless killing is better than releasing because their assumption is questionable. Also, with an analogy of nuclear deterrence, he emphasize that we should consider the morality of killing at the time of action rather than as a component of the whole practice. Finally, he proposed that by genetically modifying animals to die at a predicable time, we can avoid all the objections mentioned
To the Editor: Mrs. Lennon’s article, “Why Vegetarians Are Eating Meat” (Aug, 2007) was very persuasive. However, to me it was more persuasive in terms of whether or not people should change from eating “conventionally raised” to “humanely raised” and “sustainable” meat rather than how it’s okay for vegetarians to eat meat as long as it was raised in an “ethical” way. No one should be forced to be a meat eater or a vegetarian but I feel that their options should be for the right reasons thus I agree with Ms. Katzen’s quote saying, “For people who are against eating meat because it's wrong or offensive to eat animals, even the cleanest grass-fed beef won't be good enough”. I do not believe that eating meat is ethically better than being vegetarian.
Most testing of animals is unnecessary and undertaken purely because of curiosity instead of the need to find cures to illnesses. Animal testing should be banned to protect the rights of animals since they cannot protest, speak up, or have any say in the situation. Animals suffer the abuse from harmful experiments to supposedly provide us with new cures which hardly occurs. We would not sacrifice one disabled child’s life in hope to save 1,000 children, so why sacrifice the life of an animal in hope to find a cure for an illness. Most advances in medical sciences have been through human testing and not through animal testing.
Aquaculture may be the answer to sustainable commercial production of fish by no longer overfishing natural habitats, but it also needs to regulated to prevent negative effects. Instead of protecting the natural fish the senate introduced a bill by Tom Tiffany that removed some regulation on the fishing industry. Among the negative aspects of the cause according to an environmental group: the DNR’s ability to give fish and fish eggs to fisheries, the expansion of fisheries, and no accountability of fish farm to protect surrounding aquatic life (Midwest Environmental Advocates). Policies need to be made to regulate where and how these fish farms run. For example, rather than giving control to the fisheries in determining how they use the land, regulations should determine what practice can be used to protect the ecosystems around aquaculture facilities.
This shows that Nestlé is primarily interested in making a profit because they would prefer to continue draining water than allow others to have access to drinking water. Additionally, Nestlé’s CEO stated that they are keeping their water facilities in California and he wished they would increase production. Unfortunately, the state of California does not know how much water Nestlé is using because they cannot legally force a company to share this information and Nestlé has not publicly stated such details (Andrei 4). Nestlé escapes any restrictions on water usage by pumping water from reservations. Furthermore, California is not able to account for the water taken from reservations because they are sovereign lands, the government has no control over them (Smith 3).